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We will be compiling news from the Digital Marketing world as well as some of the latest Internet News and Trends here.

The latest News from the Guardian Internet Editorials can be viewed below:

  • Thu, 05 May 2016 08:58:01 +0000: BT to spend £6bn on superfast broadband and 4G rollout - Internet | The Guardian

    At least 10m homes and firms to get ultrafast broadband as BT hires 1,000 new engineers and pledges improved service

    BT, under pressure from rivals and regulator Ofcom, is to invest £6bn in improving its services, including extending superfast broadband and 4G coverage to more than 95% of the UK by 2020.

    The UK’s largest telecoms firm laid out its investment plans on Thursday as it reported a 15% rise in pre-tax profits to £3bn for the year to 31 March, helped by stronger demand for its broadband and TV bundles.

    Related: BT must install business broadband more quickly, Ofcom says

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  • Wed, 04 May 2016 15:08:54 +0000: Bitcoin: Craig Wright promises new evidence to prove identity - Internet | The Guardian

    Proof of identity may not be enough to win round high-profile backer Gavin Andresen, who has now questioned Wright’s claim of being Satoshi Nakamoto

    Craig Wright, the Australian computer scientist who claims to have created the cryptocurrency bitcoin in 2008 under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, has promised to provide fresh evidence to back up his claim.

    In a blogpost on his website, Wright says “over the coming days, I will be hosting a series of pieces that will lay the foundations for this extraordinary claim”, including transferring bitcoin from “an early block” and posting “independently verifiable documents”.

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  • Wed, 04 May 2016 09:23:08 +0000: Talkshow’s troll-free chat platform could attract celebrities, brands and publishers - Internet | The Guardian

    The tool for invite-only, public conversations seeks to redefine the boundaries of high-profile online debate

    The free and open nature of Twitter is both its greatest strength and its own worst enemy. I like what it stands for and what it can mean for society, but the conversations happening on Twitter are all over the place.

    Michael Sippey, the former vice-president of product at Twitter, founded a new company that may fix this problem. Talkshow hosts invitation-only conversations that the public can follow. The product launched last week.

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  • Wed, 04 May 2016 05:30:19 +0000: Broadband pricing to face crackdown from ad watchdog - Internet | The Guardian

    ASA to force providers to give an all-inclusive monthly price after consumers say the small print is confusing

    The advertising watchdog is to crack down on the way broadband prices are marketed – but will not be tightening rules on the contentious issue of how top speeds are advertised.

    The Advertising Standards Authority is to force companies including Sky, BT, Virgin Media, TalkTalk, EE, 3 and O2 to only be able to advertise a single-figure monthly cost for their broadband packages.

    Related: Broadband ad rules are 'complete and utter joke', says culture minister

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  • Tue, 03 May 2016 17:57:05 +0000: Amazon Fresh food deliveries 'to start this month in UK' - Internet | The Guardian

    Online retailer understood to have tested service from east London depot and asked suppliers to begin deliveries within weeks

    Amazon is believed to be planning to start delivering fresh food in the UK this month, stepping up the pressure on traditional supermarkets.

    The online retailer is understood to have been testing fresh food deliveries from its depot in east London and to have asked suppliers to begin deliveries in the next few weeks.

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